817 Area Code BBSes Through History (80's Version)

MAP OF THE 817 AREA CODE
817-232-8047
Saginaw, Texas
The Emergency Room
(1982-1985)
K. Brad HolderApple - GBBS II BBS
"The name and phone number of this BBS changed in 85 to The Crystal Caverns. CC ran until late 88 in the same city and area code but the prefix changed from 232 to 847. In six years this system was up it recieved over 10,000 calls. In its prime, ER/CC recieved over 50 back to back calls a day. In 1992 I set up a Wildcat BBS called Electromania. Its life span was short lived however because me and my Co-Sysop of The Crystal Caverns, Dan Newman (The Starchief) decided to set up a multi-node system called The Void (Netherland Express) which ran from 92 to 96. We had four phone lines on The Void and ran The Wildcat BBS System. The main number was 817-838-7560." - K. Brad Holder
817-237-3113
FORT WORTH LAKE, TX
Teen's Talk, THE LION's DEN
(1988-1990)
Stephen Hurst, Steven Hurst
817-243-1506
Fort Worth, TX
The Zepp
(1986-1990)
Steve WhiteOpus
"I started out in 1986 (it might have been 87') with an IBM PC with a V20 (BIOS modded to an XT), and a 10 MEG full height HDD, and a 300 baud external Hayes modem. The 63 Watt power supply used to overheat with the HDD, so I used to have to keep the lid off of it and a fan running into it to keep it up. I eventually went to a 286 system and 1200 baud with 2 20 MEG drives. I didn't have a case for my system, so I just ran it all on a cardboard box by a chair in my living room. I used to run OPUS BBS software. I originally started off with the name of the BBS being The Led Zeppelin BBS, but one of the users thought up the name The Zepp, so me and everyone else started calling it that. I met a lot of them, and we had parties, and some of them are life long friends. I didn't know we were the precursor to the internet." - Steve White
817-243-7493
FORT WORTH EDIS, TX
Golden Triangle Mail Hub, Golden Triangle Net MailNode, Network Dynamics
(1980-1999)
Garry Walker
817-244-3885
FORT WORTH WEST, TX
Westside Citadel
(1987-1990)
Cit
817-244-4151
Ft Worth, TX
NET-WORKS Track II, TCBBA Track II, TRACK 2, Track II, TRACK ][ DBS
(1984-1989)
Richard BilyeaNET-WORKS
817-244-4258
FORT WORTH WEST, TX
The John Galt line
(1989-1990)
Peter N Glaskowsky
817-244-7799
FORT WORTH WEST, TX
The Party House, VideoDrome, X-Factor
(1985-1987)
The X-Man (Paul Jadlowski)CNET
817-246-0959
WHITE SETTLEMEN, TX
Ft Worth Opus
(1989)
Jeffrey Locke
817-246-1279
WHITE SETTLEMEN, TX
Ft Worth SEAdo, The Key
(1986-1988)
Jeffrey Locke
817-246-7435
WHITE SETTLEMEN, TX
Lone Eagle Opus
(1989)
Ronald Fisher
817-261-4466
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
The Taj Mahal/the Gap
(1989-1991)
David Agarwal
817-261-4700
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
COMPUSHOP FWA, TEXAS
(1984)
817-261-6061
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
Mandelbrot's Chaotic BBS
(1989)
Wildcat
817-263-5809
FORT WORTH WEDG, TX
ComputerCraft SupportLink
(1986)
David Lovrien
817-265-4859
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
Arlington FIDO, Automation[Opus]
(1986-1990)
John W RichterFidoNet
817-265-8220
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
Telcom I/II
(1984)
817-265-8938
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
Gas Company (8:930/7), GasCompany,med , The Gas Company
(1988-1996)
Michael Henderson, Mike HendersonRBBS
817-267-2839
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
Sky's info Exc
(1987-1988)
James Sample
817-267-4623
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
People's
(1986)
Boyd Roberson
817-273-3966
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
CussNet Texas (130/5), CUSSNET UTA
(1986-1989)
Dick Schoech, Social Services
817-280-9943
FORT WORTH ATLA, TX
Ocean Breeze
(1989-1996)
Auntie
817-281-0612
North Richland Hills, TX
Mount Olympus, The Tower Of Babble, TOWER OF BABBLE
(1986-1990)
Darin Arrick, Darin Arrick (Apollo)C64
"I ran 3 or 4 BBSes on that number from 1986 or so until 1990. First Mt. Olympus, then one I can't remember the name of, then the Tower of Babble (a FidoNet node). There may be another BBS in there somewhere, too. I ran the first couple on a Commodore 64. I ran 6485 and then (I think) Ivory, and then Ribit for a short time. Then I upgraded to an IBM PC XT Clone with a 10MB full height 5 1/4" hard drive. The Tower of Babble was reasonably popular, and dedicated to languages." - Darin Arrick
817-282-1465
FORT WORTH ATLA, TX
The Dominator II
(1989)
Sean Willeford
817-283-9167
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
Poor Man's RCP/M
(1985)
Terry Carroll
817-287-4811
FORT WORTH, TX
DOIM BBS, DOIM FT. HOOD
(1989-1990)
Carlton TuckerWildcat
817-288-2990
FORT WORTH, TX
Hell On Wheels
(1989)
Wildcat
817-288-3095
FORT WORTH, TX
III Corp Bulletin Board System
(1989)
Rod Prince
817-294-0804
FORT WORTH WEDG, TX
THE TIGER COMM
(1988)
Wildcat
817-294-1351
FORT WORTH WEDG, TX
Mike's Mania
(1988)
Mike Exner
817-294-7383
FORT WORTH WEDG, TX
FIDO #314 One Particular Harbour, One Particular Harbour
(1985)
Cpt. Utley
817-294-7588
FORT WORTH WEDG, TX
ACROPOLIS, The Acropolis BBS
(1986-1992)
Mitch Hill
817-336-2835
FORT WORTH EDIS, TX
Tom & Amy
(1988)
Tom Ichiki
817-346-9552
FORT WORTH WEDG, TX
Six MACs
(1987-1993)
Henry Wolanski
817-354-6750
Euless, TX
EE-BBS
(1988-1994)
David JohnsonOpus, later Maximus
"The BBS started off as the "Student's Late Night BBS" with David operating it on RBBS software, then FIDO, then on Opus and finally on Maximus. During the Fidonet days the BBS name changed to EE-BBS. The node was 130/19 and later on 130/54. The BBS had over 450 registered users, and featured echomail and "file echoes." - David Johnson
817-367-2543
WHITE SETTLEMEN, TX
The 200 Club
(1989-1990)
James Ellison
817-383-1953
FORT WORTH EDIS, TX
North Texas BBS
(1989-1991)
Dave Molta
817-383-3286
FORT WORTH EDIS, TX
DAMUG BBS
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
817-396-4230
CRESSON, TX
Europa Base H.Q.
(1989-1990)
David Baines
817-424-3052
GRAPEVINE, TX
Spare Parts
(1988-1997)
Larry MundyOpus
817-429-2723
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
King's Place
(1989-1990)
Jerry King
817-429-7300
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
DFW Gateway, The Puddle
(1986-1990)
Bill Cleaver
817-430-1305
ROANOKE, TX
Asylum
(1986)
Scott Spears
817-430-3760
ROANOKE, TX
Inventor/Author
(1985)
Lee Murrah
817-444-0027
AZLE, TX
FTW's 800 Hub, StarBase 90, Starbase 90 Phoenix, The CowTown Net
(1989-1995)
Alan FeemsterPhoenix
817-444-3023
AZLE, TX
The Foundation BBS
(1988-1990)
Charles R Hamilton, Cr Hamilton
817-444-5828
AZLE, TX
Teen's Talk
(1988)
Van Stokes Jr
817-447-3527
FORT WORTH BURL, TX
Speedway, The Speed Way
(1988-1995)
Howard Dearman, Harold DearmanQuickBBS
817-447-8505
FORT WORTH BURL, TX
Burleson OPUS
(1989)
Jim Culver
817-451-5177
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
The Powerline
(1987-1988)
Kelvin Armstrong
817-457-0399
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
Altair
(1988)
Leslie Guinn
817-457-4737
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
The AmERICan B, Virtual Xtnsn
(1986-1988)
Eric Ewanco
817-457-9800
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
CTR Company
(1987-1994)
Cecil Rutledge
817-461-3714
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
The Ocean Deck
(1988-1989)
Wayne Pullum
817-465-1233
FORT WORTH ARLI, TX
AE Line: (HIT RETURN), AE LINE: (HIT RETURN)
(1984-1985)
817-465-2976
FORT WORTH ARLI, TX
The Arc, The ARC OPUS/SEADog 130/12, The ARChive
(1986-1991)
Jim Beeler
817-467-3612
FORT WORTH ARLI, TX
TCBBA Astroflyer
(1984)
817-467-5110
FORT WORTH ARLI, TX
RCP/M Ft. Worth-Metroplex KUG
(1984-1985)
817-469-1626
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
ABBS Teledunjon I
(1982-1983)
817-469-6106
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
The House On The Lake
(1989)
Shawn McGauley
817-478-7149
Arlington, TX
The Punter Exchange
(1984-1986)
Marcus PatmanHal BBS / CNET 1.0
"This BBS ran HAL BBS software for it's first 6 months or so in existance. CNET BBS software was aquired from a trade on the west coast and it ended up being the first CNET BBS in 817 oo online. The CNET code was so slow you had to compile the BBS code to get it to run at a reasonable speed even at 300 baud." - Marcus Patman
817-481-4263
GRAPEVINE, TX
FTW's Naked Hub, The Dew Line, The Dew Line
(1987-1994)
Dewey Thiessen
817-481-6334
GRAPEVINE, TX
IBM AT
(1985)
Mark Sehorne
817-483-1264
FORT WORTH KENN, TX
Good News BBS
(1989)
817-489-1977
Newark, TX
OverByte Ltd
(1989-1995)
James Muddy HudsonTelegard/Renegade
817-489-1983
Newark, TX
OverByte LTD
(1988-1998)
Muddy, James Muddy HudsonTelegard, Renegade, Telegard/Renegade
"Multinode BBS started out running Telegard and switched to Renegade in the early 90's. Mostly a Hacker/Phreak/Warez BBS. Also had a lot of door games, Fidonet mail and a very extensive set of files. One of the first in the area to adopt early bidirectional downloading protocols like HSLink. Extremely cool Sysop Muddy was one of the areas most admired hackers." - Mdibin
817-496-3209
Arlington, TX
John's Program Exchange, Scavenger's Island
(1984-1986)
John EvansCCGMS BBS
"Scavenger's Island ran on a 64 and two 1541's, but I don't remember which BBS software. My handle was "Red Rebel" at the time. John's Program Exchange ran on the same 64 & 2 1541's, and CCGMS BBS software purchased from Craig Smith and Aaron Hightower (who lived nearby) for $30. Modems used through the years were an automodem (1650), a HESmodem(?), a 1660, and eventually a 1670. My CCGMS board was one of three boards in the 817 area code at the time that formed a "Sysop Alliance" where we shared the same user list, so people could log in using the same credentials on all three boards. The other two boards in the alliance were "Rigormortis" and "The Wall."" - John Evans
817-497-6325
FRISCO, TX
Lake Cities BB, OPUS Lake Cities, TX TriAngle, [NEC]/[SDN]
(1988-1993)
Art Geary
817-526-2941
BURLESON, TX
Bill's Try, Central Killeen Area, Killeen Hub II
(1989-1994)
Bill Brooks
817-526-6546
BURLESON, TX
Wizard's
(1980-1997)
Scott McNay
817-531-8395
FORT WORTH JEFF, TX
The Rich Niche
(1989-1990)
Alan Rich
817-532-2981
FORT WORTH, TX
CENTREX
(1985)
Forem ST
817-532-5007
FORT WORTH, TX
RCP/M Magic Crystal
(1985)
817-539-0541
FORT WORTH EDIS, TX
Com Zero
(1989)
Kevin Devin
817-539-8562
FORT WORTH EDIS, TX
Larry's OutPost
(1988)
Larry Nevinger
817-540-1835
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
Texas Connection
(1989-1994)
817-540-2881
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
The Griffin Inn
(1989)
Tim Smith
817-540-3527
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
FTW's Third Rate Hub, Spare Parts, Spare Parts
(1989-1994)
Larry Mundy
817-540-4183
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
FWKUG MBBS & RCP/M, Ron's
(1985-1991)
Ron Lane
817-543-4250
Arlington, TX
The Emporium BBS!
(1988-1994)
Henry Buchanan
From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Arlington, Texas since 10/88. Sysop: Henry Buchanan. Using Remote Access 2 with 20 lines on MS-DOS 80486 with 6000 MB storage. US Robotics at 19200 bps. $75 Annual fee. One of the largest collections of adult files! Over 17,000 adult files online. Adult games online, with online chat and messages! ADULTS only! Must be 21 years of age or older! Immediate adult access w/valid credit card - VISA, Master-card, Discover, AMEX
817-547-5634
FORT WORTH TERM, TX
The Baseboard
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
817-547-8890
FORT WORTH TERM, TX
RCP/M RBBS Copperas Cove
(1984-1985)
817-547-9977
FORT WORTH TERM, TX
The Barbarian's Hut
(1980-1997)
Bob Toth
817-549-2010
EULESS, TX
Nightmare
(1986-1988)
Paul Witherspoon
817-551-1626
FORT WORTH EDGE, TX
The C.I.A. BBS
(1989)
John Tippett
817-560-9165
FORT WORTH WEST, TX
Bob's Bear Line
(1989-1994)
Robert Botzer
817-560-9618
FORT WORTH WEST, TX
The Apex BBS
(1989)
Don Schaefer
817-565-1500
GRAPEVINE, TX
-144 Midnight Information, -144 Midnight Information Systems, House of Minus
(1989-1991)
Eric LipscombQuickBBS
817-565-9165
GRAPEVINE, TX
Mezzanine , The Mezzanine BBS
(1985-2004)
Walter Bowen
817-566-1907
FORT WORTH, TX
Moose'sDen, QBBS Moose's Den, The Moose's Den, TX TriAngle
(1989-1994)
Van Holland
817-566-6146
FORT WORTH, TX
ALPHA, TX TriAngle
(1988-1989)
John Hasemeier
817-566-6746
FORT WORTH, TX
House Of Dave
(1988)
817-567-6366
KELLER, TX
NAK Attack, NAK-Attack, NAK-Attack VI, NAK-Attack VII (tm), NAK-Attack(tm) VII
(1987-1992)
Bill Cherryholmes, Bill Cherryhomes
817-569-4342
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
COMTAP RCP/M
(1985)
Bill Lewis
817-571-1327
FORT WORTH EULE, TX
EPC BBS
(1988)
Andy Siegel
817-572-0749
FORT WORTH KENN, TX
ACA Intergroup BBS, DFW COM Shop, DFW ComShop PCB QMail 120m
(1989-1991)
Sonny MaxwellPCBoard
817-572-3560
FORT WORTH KENN, TX
Skara Brae Sys
(1987-1988)
Mark Wright
817-572-4867
Bedford, TX
The Olde West
(1980-2002)
Douglas Rhea, Doug RheaPhoenix RCS
"I AM the Sysop of this BBS. That was the old number from about 1990 to 1999. I started "The Olde West" om Feb 15, 1980 and I STILL run it today. The current number is 817-277-5544, and it STILL runs on the old DOS Phoenix RCS (no even Y2K compliant) I am currently porting it over to WildCate WIN32. I also hosted the GameMaster's Realm and Mist of Oblivion on the same computer (had a front end package written for Phoenix caleld: PreNm (Pre Net mailer) and it allowed the selection of multiple BBS software from the connection menu. The GameMaster's Realm was actually started on Sep 01,1990 and is also still run today (the Mist of Oblivion was started about the same time, but was a role play message board and was a replacement for Kingdom of Nyrond). Anyway, just to set the record straaight, thought I would drop you a line. We are still kicking today and on of the oldest BBS in Texas (actually the Chrysalis in Dallas is/was older)" - Doug Rhea
817-573-4139
GRANBURY, TX
Granbury Hub2, The Total Concept, TOTAL CONCEPT
(1989-1992)
Mark MartinQuickBBS
817-577-0579
FORT WORTH N. R, TX
The Dark Side of the Moon
(1987)
GBBS Pro
817-577-3609
FORT WORTH N. R, TX
The Oilpatch Opus
(1989)
Joe Dougharty
817-577-3812
FORT WORTH N. R, TX
The Griffin Inn
(1989-1991)
Tim Smith
817-589-2588
FORT WORTH ATLA, TX
COMPUTALK I
(1985)
AMIS
817-592-0327
FRISCO, TX
Woodbriar BBS
(1980-1997)
Wayne Booth
817-595-3195
FORT WORTH ATLA, TX
COMPUTALK II
(1985)
AMIS
817-599-5892
WEATHERFORD, TX
Lower Cretaceous
(1986)
Jim Aldridge
817-628-8927
DALLAS (ALLEGIA, TX
Common Cents BBS
(1989)
Dave Hommel
817-634-3647
DALLAS, TX
MBS BBS
(1988-1990)
Felix Castillo
817-640-1282
DALLAS MIDCITIE, TX
Arlington
(1985)
Carl Burge
817-640-7880
DALLAS MIDCITIE, TX
D D Connection, DD Connection (130/10)
(1988-1992)
Carrie Brown
817-640-9602
DALLAS MIDCITIE, TX
The Moose's Den 2
(1989-1991)
Jean-Claude DeMars
817-641-3272
CLEBURNE, TX
Chisholm BBS
(1987-1989)
Jim Culver
817-641-4842
Cleburne, TX
Cleburne BBS
(1987-1994)
Bill Owens
817-645-9976
CLEBURNE, TX
Tom's Place
(1989-1990)
Thomas Mullen
817-649-2857
DALLAS MIDCITIE, TX
D D Connection, D D T L
(1986-1988)
Carrie Brown
817-654-2921
FORT WORTH GLEN, TX
The Cracker Box
(1989-1991)
Bruce GoodePhoenix
817-656-8093
FORT WORTH N. R, TX
FTW Gateway, FTW's MidCities Hub, Gallery, The, The Gallery
(1989-1995)
Tom DobbinsRemoteAccess
817-656-9293
FORT WORTH N. R, TX
ASGARD
(1989)
Ernie Runyon
817-662-2487
DALLAS (ALLEGIA, TX
FOG RBBS-RCP/M #22
(1985)
David Jung
817-666-0442
DPM ACCESS
(1989)
Ken Gittens
817-666-4690
Waco-Net
(1987-1988)
Daryl Smith
817-666-4824
Tour de Force
(1987)
Patrick HykkonenSTadel 3.0c
817-666-5137
HOT NET Waco, The Unicorner BBS, Unicorner Q-BBS
(1989-1995)
Bob Brown
817-668-8552
DALLAS, TX
Rabbit Habbit
(1988)
Jim Roe
817-683-2429
FORT WORTH, TX
San Angelo Apple User's Group BBS
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
817-690-2528
FORT WORTH, TX
MBS BBS
(1988)
Felix Castillo
817-690-5077
FORT WORTH, TX
Amiga Revolution, Amiga Revolution -=DS=-, Central Killeen Area, Killeen Area, MBS BBS II
(1988-1990)
Marc Wolf
817-691-0603
FORT WORTH, TX
The Mist, TheMist Genesis
(1989-1994)
Tom BaddleyWildcat
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817-691-8113
FORT WORTH, TX
Computerland
(1988)
817-691-9251
FORT WORTH, TX
21century.com (UUCP), 21st Century (Mailer), 21st Century Comm (Mailer), 21st Century Node1, Jason's Fantasy Mailer, NorTexNet Mailer 3805, Silverado Online Node1
(1980-1999)
Chuck King, Jason King, Jack Cross, Mail Carrier
817-692-2409
GLENDALE, TX
Magic Carpet
(1988)
817-731-3790
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
Nomad's Nook, Nomads Nook
(1987-1988)
Jack R Smith
817-732-1787
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
NET-WORKS Computer Pro
(1982-1983)
817-732-8813
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
AE Line: COVE
(1985)
817-735-8006
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
FTW Gateway, FTW's Bit Hub, The BBN
(1986-1999)
George Braswell
817-737-8640
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
TCBBA Com-Wire
(1984)
817-737-8781
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
TCBBA USS Nimitz
(1984)
817-738-1693
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
TCBBA Airport
(1984)
817-752-1976
FORT WORTH, TX
The Starship BBS
(1989)
Orvis Meador
817-752-3507
FORT WORTH, TX
Isolator's Domain
(1988-1990)
Ken Opersteny
817-754-1568
Waco, TX
CONNECTION-80 Waco
(1984-1985)
CONNECTION-80
817-755-3891
FORT WORTH, TX
Bear pit BBS, Bear Pit, The
(1988-1991)
Red Ryder Host
817-756-1502
FORT WORTH, TX
HOT-NET Waco, STARRSYS
(1988-1990)
Greg Bell, Greg Bell (NC)
817-756-3210
FORT WORTH, TX
STARRCO Q-BBS
(1988)
Becky Bell, Greg Bell
817-763-0410
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
Bone Box (130/33), The Bone Box
(1989-1994)
John Rose
817-763-9784
FORT WORTH PERS, TX
Cracker Box
(1987)
Bruce Goode
817-767-5847
Wichita Falls, TX
COMNET-80 Wichita Falls
(1982-1985)
COMNET-80
817-770-0275
DALLAS, TX
The Pyramid QBBS
(1989-1991)
Clyde Marsh
817-772-6620
DALLAS 1, TX
Abyss, The, the ABYSS
(1989-1991)
Richard Leslie
817-776-6529
FORT WORTH, TX
Dead End BBS
(1988)
Steve Sparks
817-776-7027
FORT WORTH, TX
Palindrome Q-BBS
(1988-1991)
Terry Bilderback
817-776-9877
FORT WORTH, TX
The Private Ear
(1989-1995)
Fred Horner
817-778-6305
FT. WORTH, TX
Centex Fido
(1986-1987)
V SubramanianFidoNet
817-783-3211
ALVARADO, TX
Silent Running
(1989)
David Conger
817-795-5722
Arlington, TX
Mad Laboratory
(1987-1993)
Mad ScientistWWIV 4
"I was just a kid with a BBS. I leeched all of the g-files from Cult of the Dead Cow from a California BBS and put them online. I ran tw2k, Pimpwars, Solar Realms Elite. I didn't run BRE after I finally paid for the SRE key. I also had a 261 prefix for a while, and ran voice first on a metro 265 prefix. I really wanted to be Elite, but I didn't have a budget. I did get a few calls here and there. I tried Emulex / LSD / other Forum mods, TAG, Telegard, Renegade. Overall, I always fell back to WWIV, and for a while was on WWIV-LINK and WWIV-NET. Temporarily, I was "Wasted Lands" BBS, Sysop Radiation Master; Midnight Shadow, etc. I was Mad Scientist for a long time. When I was 8, I wanted a "Mad Scientist Dissect an Alien" kit and used that for my handle on commie (c64 / c128) boards. For 8-char handle, I used omnimax because Omnimax is better than Unimax, a guy who I felt had ripped my parents off when I was 8 or 9. Anyway, eventually, Mad Scientist gave way to Omnimax, even on the Mad Laboratory (Lah-BOR-uh-tor-ee). I always had to have a BBS presence. Somehow, this seemed more permanent. Eventually, I lost interest, and and got a dial-up account in 1994. I continued with omnimax mostly, and 'generic' once in a while. In 1996, I registered Omnitech.net. I tried to resurrect WWIV on TCPIP there. Again, not much there. Just a place for my stuff, but a handful of people were regulars. Eventually, messaging, blogging, etc all took over, and omnimax was overloaded (projector technology) so I inverted my nic to xaminmo. I don't consider myself to have run a BBS in earnest since 1993, though I guess, technically, FTP + SSH + HTTP multi-user could be considered a BBS. This is what happens when you start modemming at age 6." - Mad Scientist
817-799-8731
DALLAS, TX
Random Access Q-BBS
(1989)
Teddy Iglehart
817-847-0117
FORT WORTH SAGI, TX
Tandy MTC
(1989-1991)
Stan Henderson
817-848-5037
FT. WORTH, TX
Pod Net, Podnet BBS
(1989-1994)
Ken Gittens
817-855-3787
Wichita Falls, TX
The Attic
(1985)
GBBS
817-855-3916
DALLAS, TX
FORUM-80 Wichita Falls
(1982-1983)
817-855-9429
DALLAS, TX
The Zoot Suit
(1987)
GBBS Pro
817-857-3523
DALLAS, TX
Phantom Zone, Ye Ole'Bullshit Shop
(1989-1993)
Doug Vick
817-861-5841
FORT WORTH CRES, TX
THE DOMINATOR
(1988-1989)
Sean Willeford
817-867-0767
TECHNIPLEX
(1989-1990)
T.S.T.I.
817-867-0821
Merlyn's Castle
(1988)
Chris Brown
817-867-6787
HOT NET ECHO COORDINATOR, THE HEART of TEXAS OPUS
(1989)
John Summers, NEC
817-881-1641
ARLINGTON, TX
Waco-Info-Net
(1989-1990)
Daryl Smith
817-881-1865
ARLINGTON, TX
Waco-Info-Net-L2
(1988)
Daryl-Smith
817-881-2057
ARLINGTON, TX
Waco Info-Net, Waco-Info-Net
(1988-1989)
Daryl Smith
817-898-0208
DALLAS, TX
Sandman's Castle
(1989)
James Miller
817-898-1514
DALLAS, TX
Lori's Frustration
(1989)
Leslie Hays
817-923-8888
FORT WORTH WALN, TX
Branching Out, The Gas Station
(1989-1991)
Gary Coulter, Greg Sanders
817-926-8746
FORT WORTH WALN, TX
Bowl Of Chili!
(1989-1990)
Danny Brigance
817-926-8922
FORT WORTH WALN, TX
Nomads Nook
(1986)
Jack R Smith, Jack Smith
138 Sysops currently listed.
174 BBSes Listed.